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Students Supporting their Peers with Special Needs | mt | 5 Dec 2016


Students of Tbilisi public school #182, sponsored by a mini-grant project, initiated the support of integration of children with special needs of the day center “Mzis Sivtse” (Sun Space) into the society. Various activities were organized to support better integration of students and beneficiaries of the day center. Students arraigned a joint visit to the theater and attended a performance.


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New Blog for Civic Activities | mt | 2 Dec 2016


Presentation of the new initiative of  MT students "the library of civics initiatives" was held in Batumi. Civics students will create a blog named "the library of civics initiatives", where successfully implemented and current projects will be shared. The blog will be an online platform for students to share their ides, information and to plan civics activities. An interwoven system will also be activated on the blog and students will have the opportunity to join thematically interesting activities.


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Students in Chiatura advocate for resolution of community's problems | mt | 1 Dec 2016


Civics club students of Chiatura's St. Andrew the First-Called Gymnasium conducted an advocacy process for the renovation of the pedestrian bridge leading to the gymnasium and used by community members. The students organized an information campaign and meeting with the governor of the local municipality to solve the problem. Local municipality authorities reacted to the students’ request and re-sent their letter to the Georgian Railway that is responsible of the renovation of such constructions. As a result of the students' initiative and good cooperation with local authorities, one of the important problems of the community has been solved. On October 10, 2016, the renovation works started and according to the renovation implementation plan will last until January 30, 2017.


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School-based civics club students from Momavlis Taoba project say "Civics Activities Unite Us. | mt | 25 Nov 2016


Citizen participation is still low in the new democracy of post-Soviet Georgia. Through the Momavlis Taoba program, USAID helps Georgian civics teachers and their students to develop a better understanding of how school-based civic education can extend beyond the teaching of basic facts of government structure to become a means of national education raising the next generation of engaged citizens that make democratic structures work. The young people in this photo demonstrate that unified efforts of many individuals are exactly what makes civic engagement very powerful.


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Study Visit of Civics Students in Kutaisi | mt | 15 Nov 2016


School based civics club students of MT program partner schools in Imereti region had a good opportunity to take part in study visits to Kutaisi.


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Students Advocacy campaign - “Without Restriction” | mt | 11 Nov 2016


Students of the village of Ozurgeti public school conducted an advocacy campaign to increase public awareness about the needs of people with special needs. Students studied the Georgian regulations for better integration of people with special needs into society, and prepared a video clip for informing people about them. Supported by the school administration, a ramp was constructed at the entrance of the school.


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Newly Renovated Laboratory of Natural Sciences in Village Akhalabastumani School | mt | 7 Nov 2016


Students of the Village of Akhalabastumani Public School in Zugdidi municipality established good cooperation with local organizations to renovate and equip the laboratory of natural sciences in the school.


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Opening of the Small Computer Center in the Village of Gurkeli | mt | 3 Nov 2016


The goal of the mini-grant project “Friendship is a Bridge” initiated by Gurkeli public school students was to open a small computer center in the village and provide an employment opportunity for a local resident with special needs.


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Museum of the Victims of Soviet Political Repressions opens in Kaspi Gymnasium | mt | 12 Oct 2016


On September 20, 2016 a museum of the victims of Soviet political repressions was opened in Kaspi Gymnasium.  The museum is located in the basement of the gymnasium, which used to be a former Militsiya (police) building during the Soviet Union, where the victims of political repressions were detained.


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Beautiful Environment for the Future | mt | 11 Oct 2016


Civics students of the Village Utsera public school in mountainous region of Racha implemented a project aimed to improve the school yard.


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